Global Health

Of Health and Men - Celebrating Men's Health Month

Click to read the Men's Health Post.

Men are more likely than women to smoke and drink alcohol, put off regular medical checkups, and make less than healthy choice. Some men use dietary supplements to help them achieve their health goals, with many good results. However, some scientists are becoming increasingly cautious about these supplements because of the way they can impact the liver. One way to avoid adulterated supplements is to seek out the USP Verified Mark on the labels. 

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World Health Assembly: Quality Assured Medicines Key to Global Health

The 70th World Health Assembly (WHA70) convened in May 2017, in Geneva, Switzerland, where  hundreds of public health experts converged to discuss crucial global health topics including, antimicrobial resistance, global health security, health systems strengthening and more. 

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Global Health Security: Why Women Matter

Maternal child health

Given the intersection between global health security and women's health, as well as women's unique role in strengthening health systems, it is critical to invest in women as change agents  Dr. Katherine Bond, USP's of VP International Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs explains.

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